Esther on Radio 2

On Friday 20 March 2020, one of our pupils featured on BBC2’s Zoe Ball Breakfast Show! Zoe interviewed Esther for a segment titled: ‘Show and Tell’. Esther sang a song that she wrote, whilst playing her ukulele. She was LIVE on air to the nation with her song: ‘Happy’. This term, at school, our KFC theme is ‘Confidence’ and Esther certainly represented our school on national radio with confidence.

Listen to Esther on the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show , Esther’s part starts 1 hour and 8 minutes into the show and there are some wonderful comments from radio listeners after a couple of radio songs.

Well done Esther for sharing this fabulous song. Thank you for reminding us to be ‘Happy’…. “Hard times come and hard times go…”


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